For our Exeter vs. Plymouth prediction, we're going for a 2-2 draw.
Plymouth Argyle's automatic promotion push continues this weekend as they face Exeter City away from home in League One.
Exeter City currently sit 12th in League One with fourteen wins, eleven draws and sixteen losses from forty-one games this season.
It's been a very successful season for the newly promoted side who will likely finish comfortably in mid-table, a feat that constitutes an impressive first season back in League One.
They do enter this game slightly out of form, however, having failed to win any of their last three matches while losing their last two on the bounce.
Their most recent defeat came away at Peterborough United where they fell to a 3-1 loss. Peterborough are currently in 5th place so losing on their turf is no shame, and considering their other loss prior to that game was against now 6th place Bolton Wanderers their run isn't all that concerning.
Despite having nothing to play for Exeter will want to end this season strongly so they can can build on their foundations during the summer but they face a difficult game here.
Exeter's home form has been very impressive in recent weeks having won four of their last five games on home soil, scoring twelve goals and conceding just two.
Exeter will give Plymouth a run for their money here and could, given their strength at home, even upset them.
Plymouth Argyle currently sit 2nd in League One with twenty-five wins, eight draws and seven losses from forty games this season.
The Pilgrims have had an excellent season on the whole but now look as though they could be hitting a rocky patch of form at the least ideal time of the season.
They enter this game having won three of their last five matches in all competitions but, worrignyl, have now lost two of their last three.
Their most recent game saw them become victims of an upset as they lost 0-2 at home to Lincoln City, a poor result given Lincoln were in bad form and are nothing more than a mid-table side.
Their form away from home is decent having won three of their last five games on the road, but all three wins have been against relegation contenders and likely don't give much of an insight into how this will go down.
Plymouth comfortably beat Exeter 4-2 when the two sides met back in October but no doubt this will be a much tougher game for The Pilgrims.
Plymouth direly need to win here after losing last week with Ipswich Town just one point behind them in 3rd place.
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